Dinero digital: una opción a la regulación del Banco Central
Montaña Rubiano, Daniela Alejandra | 2019-04-23
From the conventional economic perspective it can be seen how money has taken an important force within economic science, there are many authors who claim to know how it works and how it can generate effects in society; proof of this, the Austrian school by offering a radical perspective of non-intervention of the State, pro-posing a competitive system of free banking. By means of documentary analysis, the aim is to direct this article to-wards the possibility of establishing a private currency, from the approaches of the Austrian school, analysing the subject with the challenge of raising the development of digital currencies, and with this it is intended to evaluate their operability based on economic theory and the benefits that these currencies as a whole would generate in the economy by comparing them with the monetary system regulated by the central bank. And from these conventions we can conclude as BITCOIN, if it is a materialization of the Austrian idea, by complying with all the aspects mentioned by Hayek and the Austrian school, in addition to having implicitly its form of competition with the other digital coins and with paper money.